From: Nouméa, New Caledonia
Registered: Jun 2003
posted December 26, 2011 11:04 AM
Christian and all computer geek, following Jeroen's post about re-recording sound from DVD to 8mm film, I come up with an idea which you may find the answer.
I remember back to 1980s there was a game console (a sort of ATARI) used normal cassete tape as the medium.
I believe the head is reading data from the magnetic tape to be translated into binary systems (= digital)
Now, if we use that system to place data onto one of the stripe (best will be on balance stripe) it can be used to control the sound right?
So we place a signal on balance stripe (e.g) every 2 seconds, it can synch with sound from our computer with the same code.
So if we stop the projector, meaning the signal is also stopped, and the computer will stop reading too.
By doing this, we can still keep the original sound on main strip and people who cannot play with the computer can still use it.
Can you elaborate this possibility?
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